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Yeah I heard it were like that back in the 1930s😁

Best off with just a normal lead with clip on then you can use it as a normal lead or use it as a slip by holding the clip end and threading other end threw collar, old bill can take a proper slip lea

When younger me trackies never had string in them I don't lose leads like I used to 😆 😂 

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Have a lot of time for paracord, wrist loop at one end, finger loop at other, wraps round hand when not in use or just dangles from wrist comfortably and when I lost one, zero Fs given.

Not an answer I'm afraid, but an alternative.

Atb

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I use a birra this webbing strap now when the get a bit old and the ladders risk flying down the m1 just cut the buckle off and your away ,slips nice and being abit wider dunt cut in if u got a pulling b*****d ,ya can buy them wi loop handle stiched in ,found a camo 1 once what someone had lost and yep I lost it 2

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3 hours ago, Black neck said:

I use a birra this webbing strap now when the get a bit old and the ladders risk flying down the m1 just cut the buckle off and your away ,slips nice and being abit wider dunt cut in if u got a pulling b*****d ,ya can buy them wi loop handle stiched in ,found a camo 1 once what someone had lost and yep I lost it 2

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Jezus blackie thas got a hand like a blind cobbler, what trade you in ?.

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